The agency has already put up red flags on all the beaches marking them as 'no-swim' zones to prevent cases of drowning.
Areas like Baga River, Dona Paula Jetty, Sinquerim Fort, Anjuna, Vagator, Morjim, Ashwem, Arambol, Kerim, area between Bambolim and Siridao in North Goa have been identified as 'no selfie' zones, said Ravi Shankar, chief executive of Drishti Marine, the government-appointed private lifeguard agency.
In South Goa, places including Agonda, Bogmalo, Hollant, Baina, Japanese Garden, Betul, Canaguinim, Palolem, Khola, Cabo De Rama, Polem, Galgibagh, Talpona and Rajbagh will be 'no selfie' zones, he added.
"These points will have 'No Selfie' signages. The existing signage boards are being upgraded with pictorial instructions on flags, an emergency toll-free number and do and don'ts while visiting the beaches of Goa," he said.
"Red flags have been put up on all beaches marking them as no-swim zones," Shankar said. The lifeguards are closely monitoring the weather conditions and are on duty throughout the monsoon period from 7.30 am till 6 pm daily, he said.
"In addition to that, two Drishti lifeguards are available at every lifeguard tower to handle any emergency which may crop up until 8 pm. Post sunset from 6 pm to 12 midnight, the beaches are monitored and patrolled by the Beach Safety Patrol (BSP)," he added.
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